Hopper and Other Favorites from the Whitney Collection

Where We Are

Selections from the Whitney Collection, 1900-1960

Whitney Museum of American Art, New York

Edward Hopper

Hopper's Railroad Sunset
Railroad Sunset, 1929
Hopper's Apartment Houses
Apartment Houses, East River , 1930
Hopper's Early Sunday Morning
Early Sunday Morning, 1930
Hopper's Seven A.M.
Seven A.M., 1948
Hopper's A Woman in the sun
A Woman in the Sun, 1961

Looks Like Hopper

Winter Twilight
Winter Twilight, Charles Burchfield, 1930
Death Avenue
Death Avenue, Reginald Marsh, 1927

The Others

Music Pink and Blue No. 2
Music Pink and Blue No. 2, Georgia O’Keeffe, 1918
New York - Liberty
New York-Liberty, Florine Stettheimer, 1918
Strike Scene
Strike Scene, Louis Lozowick, 1935
The Louisville Flood
The Louisville Flood, Margaret Bourke-White, 1937
The Brooklyn Bridge: Variation on an Old Theme
The Brooklyn Bridge: Variation on an Old Theme, Joseph Stella, 1939
State Park
State Park, Jared French, 1946
Poker Night
Poker Night (From A Streetcar Named Desire), Thomas Hart Benton, 1948
Bathroom
Bathroom, Roy Lichtenstein, 1961
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5 Responses to Hopper and Other Favorites from the Whitney Collection

  1. An interesting mix of paintings, Ken.

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  2. Henry Lewis says:

    Interesting and powerful images Ken. I especially enjoyed seeing Margaret Bourke-White’s “The Louisville Flood” and Thomas Hart Benton’s “Poker Night (From A Street Car Named Desire.”

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  3. I didn’t have time to visit the Whitney when I was in NYC. Maybe if I make it back one of these days I will.

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